When Claude Monet (1840-1926) laid out his famous garden at Giverny, he used it as a motif for many of his garden pictures. The artwork “Water-Lily Pond with Japanese Bridge” was painted in 1899. In the last few years of his life, Claude Monet had developed a severe eye disease. This handicap became increasingly visible in his pictures. After two surgeries his eyesight was back, but suffering from depression, he even destroyed half-finished pictures and sketches because he would not allow them to be sold. He died in Giverny on December 5, 1926.
Contents 40cm x 50cm rigid painting cardboard with canvas structure finish with precise pre-printed contours with well legible numbers, water-based acrylic paints that are ready-to-paint pre-mixed colours, brush with fine tip, control template and detailed instructions for successful results.
A bit about the brand: With the Painting-by-Number method, everybody can paint beautiful pictures, by simply painting all numbered surfaces with colours of the corresponding number. Schipper provide excellent quality kits for people of all experiences, and their special paint system means no more mixing colours!
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